The main facade is characterized by its nesting hollows with two main gates, wrought iron balconies topped by pediments gapped. Heraldic shields in the corner of the building and on the covers. Built in the eighteenth century, although the facade was restored later in 1915-1920 contains within it interesting paintings of various ages from Gothic to the present, through schools like fifteenth-century Flemish or Spanish eighteenth century and sculptures by several authors , among which José María Sánchez Lozano. It contains an interesting collection of tapestries. It also has an interesting library that includes an important file with seventeenth century.
The main facade has two access covers. One enters the courtyard of the palace and the other to the main staircase, which is decorated with military objects like armour and swords. Most of the heritage of the city is in the so-called historic centre of the city. The old part of the city was declared a Historic Artistic in 1969, being one of the first to be declared in Spain. It retains many monuments, five of them declared National Monuments, and others declared a Cultural (BIC) and many ecclesiastical and civil buildings. Interspersed among Churches, monasteries, convents, chapels and palaces, mansions and town houses of various ages.